Sign Language/Spanish Words to Practice at Home

Along with our April activities, we’ve included a list of various Spanish & Sign Language words to practice. You can access a printable copy here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IxF3-IV__DqtXqt6rsU_3D1lMZ8Si1stUPggUzByh3o/edit?usp=sharing

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